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Old 05-03-2011, 21:53   #1
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Boom - 14'

I have this old Sparcraft boom that I pulled of my boat. It needs new paint and has a small crack on the weld for the clevis at the gooseneck. But an EZ weld, and there's a little bit of corrosion but nothing to compromise a rebuild. A good sand blasting and new paint and it would be like new.

It'll take up to a 14' sail-foot or could be cut down to accommodate a shorter sail. The foot is set up for a boltrope or slugs. The clew traveller is on rollers. It's 14'-10-1/4" from the cross pin to the clew end. And 7-1/2" high x 4-1/4" wide.

You pay for the trucking and it's yours. Otherwise it's going to get cut up for scrap aluminum. I'll give this post 30 days.

BTW it's not bent, just a distortion in the pictures.

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Old 05-03-2011, 22:09   #2
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Re: Boom-14'

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Re: Boom-14'

Actually, it was email but I've just replied.
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The boom is gone now! The post can be removed/deleted.
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